Many modern workplaces have a number of hazards that put at risk the psychological health of workers. We refer to these as psychosocial hazards. As is the case for other workplace hazards and risks, the employer has a duty to identify these and then take action to eliminate, or if this is not reasonably practicable, minimise them. This page contains links to multiple specific psychosocial hazards and how to control them. For an overview of psychosocial hazards broadly and how to control them, see this page.